Sanguinelli Blood Orange
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Sanguinelli Blood Orange is self-fertile, but the fruit crop will be larger if the tree is planted with a second tree.
Citrus sinensis "sanguinelli"
Plant 10 feet apart from surrounding trees and or structures. Trees can be held to below 10 feet with pruning. Trees do well in a container as long as you are careful to not over or under water.
orange trees must have well-draining soil and will not tolerate standing in water. Choose another location or create a raised bed or mound your planting at least 12 to 18 inches above grade if poor drainage is suspected. Requires full sun, with at least 8 hours a day favoring the morning sun. Water regularly when getting established. Mulch to ensure that roots remain cool and to retain surface moisture. Tree grows into a densely branched, full rounded crown. Navel orange trees will reach 20' outdoors but can easily be kept 7' - 10' with regular pruning. The flowers are white and very fragrant. Will tolerate occasional light frost. Oranges are best for eating fresh.n